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Flights Vladivostok-Niigata resume in July
20.06.2011 12:23
Flights Vladivostok-Niigata resume in July

 Air company of Vladivostok Avia resumes regular flights from Vladivostok to Japanese city of Niigata in July. Flight was frozen in March because of lack of passengers in connection with tragic events taken place in Japan.

      First flight after tsunami, earthquake and technological disaster in Japan is planned for July, 15. Flights will take place once a week, on Fridays, on the aircraft Tu-204-300. It is planned to make 7 flights till August, 26.

      Till March, 2011 Vladivostok Avia made regular flights from Vladivostok, Khabarovsk and Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk to Tokyo and Niigata. Aircrafts Tu-204-300 and Airbus A320 flew from Vladivostok to Tokyo (Narita) two times a week and from Khabarovsk and Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk as well.

      After a massive earthquake, amount of passengers dropped off and the company had to stop services between Vladivostok and Niigata and to decrease amount of other flights to Japan.

      Vladivostok Avia, also Vladivostok Air (IATA: XF, ICAO: VLK) is an air carrier, based in Vladivostok. The largest carrier in the Russian Far East and Siberia.  It operates regular domestic flights and international flights to Africa, Asia and Europe and charter flights as well. Notable for a well-established helicopter service.

      

      itartass-sib.ru


Author: Yulia Buzykina

Tags: Russia-Japan Vladivostok Khabarovsk Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk Flights to Russia 

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